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Jen Bervin’s Research in China Leads to ‘Su Hui’s Reversible Poem’ April 21, 2017: Jen Bervin spoke in March at the 2017 Shanghai Literary Festival about her work on Su Hui’s Xuanji Tu, “[o]ne of the earliest extant poems by a woman—also among the most complex and unsung, [...] by

At BOMB, Gillie Collins Reviews Layli Long Soldier’s Whereas March 22, 2017: In her recent BOMB review, Gillie Collins remarks on Layli Long Soldier’s use of wordplay to connote (and complicate) dissent. Long Soldier’s debut poetry collection, Whereas, responds to [...] by

Poetry as Self-Help: An Interview With Eleni Sikelianos March 7, 2017: “The title of Eleni Sikelianos’s latest collection of poetry, Make Yourself Happy, is a timely imperative for the new Dark Ages in which we find ourselves,” writes Srikanth Reddy [...] by

Don’t Miss the Rosmarie Waldrop & Michael Palmer Interview at BOMB March 3, 2017: There’s no time like the current issue of BOMB, which features an interview with Rosmarie Waldrop and Michael Palmer, now up online. The poets emailed about the poetics of silence, reading, [...] by

Zoë Hitzig Reviews Danniel Schoonebeek’s Well-Armed Trébuchet January 13, 2017: At BOMB Magazine, Zoë Hitzig goes from Rahm Emanuel to Philip Mirowski by way of contextualizing Danniel Schoonebeek’s sophomore poetry collection, Trébuchet. It “challenges our [...] by

In Marcelo Morales’s Poetry & Photography, Many Worlds Coexist January 13, 2017: BOMB 138 is here, and brings with it an interview with Cuban-born poet and novelist Marcelo Morales, whose newest poetry collection, El mundo como ser (The World as Presence, University of Alabama [...] by

A Novel That Identifies as Art: eteam’s OS Grabeland October 6, 2016: A look at what earns the badge of “art novel” these days is up at BOMB. In particular, Micaela Morrisette considers the dual-authored, multimedia OS Grabeland, which won the 2016 Fence [...] by

Judah Rubin & Lewis Freedman Give a Stunning, Not-Fake Interview at BOMB September 28, 2016: Two beautiful minds meet upon on the banks of a lake in Wisconsin to talk about “divination, food science, taxidermy, rabbinic literature, and the act of discussion itself.” Lewis [...] by

Cecilia Corrigan’s Misconceptions About Hillary Clinton Dramatized in New Video Series September 19, 2016: Poet, writer, and performance artist Cecilia Corrigan brings a fun one to BOMB. Starting this past weekend is the first installment of Motherland, Corrigan’s new video project, to be released [...] by

At BOMB, Ariana Reines Reviews C.D. Wright’s The Poet, the Lion, Talking Pictures, El Farolito, a Wedding in St. Roch, the Big Box Store, the Warp in the Mirror, Spring, Midnights, Fire & All August 1, 2016: Ariana Reines reviews C.D. Wright’s The Poet, the Lion, Talking Pictures, El Farolito, a Wedding in St. Roch, the Big Box Store, the Warp in the Mirror, Spring, Midnights, Fire & All [...] by